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U.S. shows improvement vs. Swiss but Altidore sending off leads to late draw

A spectacular free kick by Brek Shea in the first half was offset by a Jozy Altidore red card and a Valentin Stocker equalizer in the second as Switzerland came back to draw against the United States.

The U.S. men's national team conceded another late goal, but it still managed to secure a 1-1 tie with host Switzerland on Tuesday.

A sublime free kick from Brek Shea put the U.S. ahead just before halftime, but Jozy Altidore's foolish red card in the 68th minute put the Americans down a man, and Valentin Stocker's equalizer from short range ensured the hosts walked away with a draw. It marked the eighth time in eight games that the U.S. has conceded a goal in the 80th minute or later.

The...

Klinsmann: United States-Switzerland game to test Yanks' mental strength

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman preview the United States men's national team's upcoming international friendly against Switzerland.

ZURICH -- With the benefit of hindsight, and video, Jurgen Klinsmann wouldn't defend the performance of his back line in last week's loss to Denmark a second time, a defeat he admitted Monday came down to a lack of concentration.

The U.S. coach also made it clear that if the U.S. is to avoid a second consecutive defeat when it meets 12th-ranked Switzerland in Zurich on Tuesday (noon ET), eliminating those errors will be key.

"At this level," the coach said in his pre-match news conference at Stadion...

Klinsmann encourages inexperienced back line after Denmark debacle

United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann remains optimistic in his back-line development despite the 3-2 loss to Denmark.

ZURICH, Switzerland -- "I think the back line, overall, did a very good job." Whether one believes that Jurgen Klinsmann is always entirely forthcoming in his dealings with the media, there is little doubt that the U.S. coach's comments are almost always calculated.

He's admitted as much himself.

So when Klinsmann stepped behind the microphone following the Americans' 3-2 loss in Denmark last week and told reporters that he was happy with what he saw from his four-man defensive unit, his comments...

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Harry Kane goals, Gareth Bale exit, U.S. team, Spain strikers, Netherlands

England head coach Roy Hodgson says he's delighted for Harry Kane after the Tottenham striker scored on his England debut against Lithuania.

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They hype surrounding Harry Kane was hard to miss ahead of his England team debut vs. Lithuania. The Premier League goal-scoring leader headed home the Three Lions' fourth goal of the match just seconds after coming on in their 4-0 victory.

How many career goals will Harry Kane score for England?

The U.S. national team returned to competition this week vs. Denmark....

Alejandro Bedoya is willing to be the United States' utility man

The ESPN FC panel discusses the United States men's national team's recent struggles following its promising World Cup performance.

ZURICH, Switzerland -- Alejandro Bedoya has gotten used to being something of a utilityman for French first-division side Nantes, where he's in the midst of a breakout season. But during his five-year career with the U.S. national team, the 27-year-old South Florida native has been deployed -- both by coach Jurgen Klinsmann and former boss Bob Bradley -- almost exclusively on the right wing.

That changed last week, when Bedoya lined up in the heart of the U.S. midfield in the Americans' 3-2 loss...

U.S. national team doctor recalls life-saving heroics in Denmark

The ESPN FC panel discusses the United States men's national team's recent struggles following its promising World Cup performance.
George Chiampas, middle, has served as a physician with the U.S. since 2007.

ZURICH -- Despite losing 3-2 in Denmark last Wednesday, the U.S. national team's recent trip to Aarhus was a special one for longtime team doctor George Chiampas.

It was Chiampas' first visit back to the picturesque city of 325,000 since the U.S. squad played there nearly six years ago, a 3-1 loss to the Danes in late 2009.

Following that defeat, the players and staff had their heads down as they returned to their hotel rooms that night, and as they trickled downstairs for their usual postgame meal...